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55 minutes | Nov 25, 2015
Episode #31 –“No More Pretending”
It's all bright lights and big stars on the Sunset Strip. This week, we wind the clock back, put the cake in the oven and rip everything apart. We talk the Wicked City cancellation and the Great British Bake-Off. Jonathan discusses Seiyu's Life in-depth, Nico raves about Master of None, and Gita tops us off with a little ridiculous Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans. Timestamps: 1:41 British cooking shows 3:30 Wicked City & how to make nasty characters work 12:10 The maturation of 80's period pieces 17:00 Seiyu's Life 21:21 Idol culture 28:45 Aziz Ansari's Master of None 40:37 Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
53 minutes | Nov 5, 2015
Episode #30 –“Smooching, Kicking”
We mix things up with a rare guest - Sidney Fussel! This week, we talk about how hyped for Jessica Jones we are, among other Netflix debuts. Jonathan tackles how he feels about Empire this season, Nico gives her thoughts on the Supergirl pilot, Sidney talks about how good Jane the Virgin is, Quantico's cheese, and Gita gives Garfunkel & Oates as a suggested watch. Timestamps: 2:45 Jessica Jones and potential pitfalls 10:17 Daredevil, abuse narratives 14:32 Empire 27:11 Supergirl and modern DC 38:37 Garfunkel & Oates 40:30 Jane the Virgin 42:00 Quantico
59 minutes | Oct 20, 2015
Episode #29 –“This is Wack”
Get comfy, the fall TV season is comfortably settled into a pace. This week, we talk about how TV channels market themselves as well as the problems of creating shows that play with current events in a non-subversive way. Jonathan illuminates us about Space Brothers, a sci-fi anime series as well as a larger discussion about Season 3 of Hannibal. Nico discusses the misogyny inherent in American Horror Story with the debut of Hotel and Gita rounds it out with her love of Steven Universe and how it tackles child-parent relationships. Timestamps: 1:30 ABC Family->Freeform, marketing discussion 8:00 Gina Prince-Bythewood's police shooting series 15:00 Space Brothers, Cowboy Bebop/Mass Effect 26:12 Hannibal Season 3 42:00 American Horror Story: Hotel 47:00 Steven Universe
54 minutes | Oct 10, 2015
Episode #28 –“It’s Garbage (But I Love It)”
Fall keeps rolling on ahead. This week, we talk look forward to more interesting diversity in TV: ABCFamily okays series about Nicki Minaj's childhood and we talk about more diverse TV audiences. Jonathan gabs about Minority Report and Empire, Nico gushes about Quantico (and how bad Blindspot is), and Gita takes us through Shin Sekai Yori.
61 minutes | Sep 26, 2015
Episode #27 –“Pulp”
We're back from our summer vacation. This week, we gear up for the fall season; we get tough on our picks for shows we're interested in. Jonathan talks about the Strolling documentary series, Gita talks about Gatchaman Crowds, and Nico outlines the differences between Person of Interest and Mr. Robot.
53 minutes | Jul 5, 2015
Episode #26 –“Ginuwine”
Small towns, unincorporated. This week, we lament the cancellation of Hannibal, we go all in on True Detective, season 2 as well as a few other shows we've been digging. Nico outlines the latest Steven Universe "StevenBomb" and Gita talks about Nozaki-kun.
55 minutes | Jun 22, 2015
Episode #25 –“Reboot Kings”
Remakes must when the devil drives. This week, we reboot our interest and curiousity in the Reboot reboot (wha?) as well as what has been filling our time so far this summer. Gita fills our ears with her interest in Sense8, and Nico and Jonathan talk more Wayward Pines reveals, as well as Orange is the New Black.
68 minutes | Jun 12, 2015
Episode #24 –“They Filmed That?”
Bon soir. This week, we thoroughly scrutinize Fox's latest sci-fi miniseries Wayward Pines with Jonathan and Nico, Nico talks about Aquarius' high points, Gita thirsts for Childermass on Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell and we have a rousing discussion about graphic TV shows and of course, the premiere of Hannibal.
57 minutes | Apr 9, 2015
Episode #23 –“The L.S.A”
Hope springs eternal. This week, we hash out the state of 90s-flavored reboots with Twin Peaks potentially losing David Lynch as well as X-Files getting a 9 episode order in the distant future. Jonathan does a post-mortem on Tokyo Ghoul season 2, Nico explains the likeability of iZombie, and Gita gushes about Steven Universe and Revolutionary Girl Utena.
62 minutes | Mar 29, 2015
Episode #22 –“The Dallas of Our Age”
The dreaded spring lull hits. This week, we gleefully talk about Ruth Negga's casting on AMC's Preacher series as Tulip, as well as Snoop Dogg helming an HBO project about Reagan-era L.A. Nico talks about how horrible Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is, as well as cliffhangers on The Flash, and Gita discusses her fascinating with The Jinx. We all go in on the Empire finale as well.
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